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  • Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern
    Thinning or Bald Spot in the Crown/Vertex
  • What Best Describes Your Goals?
    Considering Surgical Hair Restoration

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  1. I would question the ethics of Vera Clinic... because a few months ago, either the clinic itself or somebody tasked with promoting the clinic had posted a series of what everybody called out as fake reviews on this forum. It was a series of new members joining, and on their first day posting pretty much the same kind of "testimonial" about how great and professional clinic was and how delighted they are with their results... yet not a single photo or pre-op, post-op, or end result photos. The "member" would not then reply to any questions or requests for photos or proof of HT. After
  2. Paddy, I'm delighted to your thread. You're the one guy that has been more active on pretty much all other Eugenix threads than myself... and so I took it for granted that once you got your HT done, your thread would become stuff of legend. And you've definitely delivered on that expectation buddy! Thank you so much for the incredible hair-splitting (no pun intended) detail that you've described, with regard to not only the HT process, but also pretty much every notable detail about every single day that you spent in India, and the Eugenix team's involvement from the moment you arrived to
  3. I'm sorry to hear, read, and see what has happened buddy. I've never heard of this doctor, in my 7 or 8 months on this forum. With doctors who are relatively unknown (in the sense that there isn't an extensive catalogue of results, and satisfied patients), then there is always a much higher risk of unsatisfactory results. Sometimes even with the best doctors (including recommended doctors, right here at the HRN), every single patient won't get the near-perfect results that they dreamed of due to how the patient's scalp responds to the HT procedure. Hence why it's best to go with cli
  4. Wow! That is massive coverage, @Abhinay Singh! It definitely helps that you appear to have a very large supply of healthy donor hair. You must have been an ideal patient for Eugenix. By the way, you did a masterful job of disguising the bald spot prior to the HT -- I'd never have guessed that there was baldness. Really looking forward to seeing your progress in upcoming months. All the best!
  5. That complicates the situation even further... budget and time constraints. If you are determined to go through with a hair transplant within those constraints, then although I'm not qualified to advise what you should do, I can only tell you what I would do for myself if I was limited to those constraints: Rather than going for an unknown doctor/surgeon at an unknown clinic (the risk of a botched job is high), I would choose the cheaper options available at the well reputed clinics -- at least there is the assurance of a particular quality standard, and those doctors, whilst not se
  6. Hello @Alphabeta. Although everybody ideally wants to get their HT done with the very best doctor at a low budget price, unfortunately in practice that just isn't possible. Eugenix appears to be the number choice in New Delhi, as both of the clinic's founding doctors are recommended by this network. There are a few other recommended doctors in India also, such as Dr Bhatti who you have already mentioned and Dr Sumeet Soni (who also does FUT). However, it's highly likely that due to their experience in the field and quality of service, a HT with them will be outside of your budget.
  7. Hey @ASeda! First of all, thanks for sharing your progress with us all. It was very brave of you to choose a clinic and surgeon that there is very little information about. I've only saw/heard about Longevita from the aggressive marketting they do (sponsored ads on social media). As I was trying to choose a doctor/clinic for my own HT next year, I clicked on the Longevita website to find out more about their doctors and I saw Yasemin Tugurt's name... but it worried me that they never referred to her as doctor Yasemin Tugurt, and that on her profile they had her education/qualificatio
  8. First of all, thank you so much @eyesonyouuuu for a most excellent write up of your experience. It is very comprehensive indeed. I'm having my HT at Eugenix next year, and your posts have given me a great understanding of what I can expect. I'm very happy to know that the HT required a lot less grafts than the initial estimates. From 2500 down to 800 is remarkable, and it shows me that the doctors' ethics are right as they've not taken more grafts than needed. The complimentary 200 beard grafts is a very pleasant surprise also. Hopefully the beard grafts will yield very positive results a
  9. Excellent result, Nelson! I doubt that anybody that sees you for the first time would ever be able to guess that you had ever suffered from hairloss in the past. Very impressive indeed 👏 👏
  10. Hey @ag120! The hairline restoration looks pretty cool, in my opinion. Given that Eugenix' DHT technique tends to give a high graft survival rate, I'm thinking positively for you that your results will be just fine even though you're not taking finasteride. I do see that Mathur has doubts as to whether or not you've received the full 3k grafts, but like CosmoKramer, to me it looks you have no reason to worry -- it's quite a large region that you've got coverage for, and the grafts look very densely packed. I look forward to seeing the rest of your regrowth journey 👍
  11. Awesome thread, @Filipino35Fue! 👏 👏 👏 The detail that you've put into the regular updates is excellent, and very much appreciated. Every HT is a relatively long journey, and it's really cool that you've gone the extra mile to share the journey with us... so THANK YOU!! I concurr with the rest of the family here, that the work looks really impressive, and now that the scabs are gone and there is no blood and gore, the scalp now looks like a work of art. Looking forward to your results in the upcoming months!
  12. Thank you for this excellent thread, @Annijoy31 👍 👍 The new hairline looks brilliantly done. It really suits you, and I can already imagine this being a knockout result. I'm happy for you already. The short hair and new hairline in the post-op photos reminds me of cricketer Shikhar Dhawan. Haha!
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